- to provide (a place, route, etc.) with signposts.
Origin of signpost
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Examples from the Web for sign-posted
It was not a regular automobile road and was not sign-posted.
It is as hard for me to keep on the main track of my story as it was for the Glow-worm to stay on the sign-posted highway.
Thus the dark narrow passage-way from the elementary to the higher schools is being widened, lighted, paved and sign-posted.The New Education
- a post bearing a sign that shows the way, as at a roadside
- something that serves as a clue or indication; sign
- to mark with signposts
- to indicate direction towardsthe camp site is signposted from the road
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Word Origin and History for sign-posted
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